Clea Conlin is an alumn of the University of Arizona and Latin American Studies. She graduated in 2014 with a B.A. in LAS, Spanish and Portuguese, and was recognized as the SBS Outstanding Senior for her graduating class. Clea returned to U of A in fall 2014 to complete her Masters in Latin American History and will graduate in May 2016. Before joining LAS, Clea interned at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Mexico Institute in Washington, D.C, and worked as the Internship Coordinator for the Colibrí Center for Human Rights in Tucson, AZ. Aside from being a twice-over U of A alumni, Clea is an Arizona-native and avid traveler. She has traveled extensively throughout Mexico and has participated in Study Abroad programs in Chile, Guatemala and Costa Rica. As the Program Coordinator, Clea oversees the Center’s administrative, outreach and communication initiatives.
B.A. Latin American Studies, Spanish and Portuguese, University of Arizona, 2014
M.A. in Latin American History, Modern Mexico, University of Arizona, 2016
Mexico since Independence, U.S.-Mexico relations, border studies, political history, human rights, migration patterns, digital humanities and data visualization.
Introduction to Political History, T.A.
Modern Latin American History, T.A.
Areas of Study:
The dissemination of modern Mexican history through data visualization and info-graphics.